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Re: scalpels in woodworking
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Bruce Mack
I favor the R. Murphy hand carving and dental lab knife over all others I have used. The blade reaches well into the tails of dovetails to mark the pins. It whittles and slices, is sturdy and easily sharpened too. A close second is the British Stanley knife recommended by Paul Sellers. I enjoy gathering less expensive "best of class" woodworking accessories.

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